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Jacobs vs Sulecki: Live streaming results and round by round coverage

Daniel Jacobs and Maciej Sulecki meet tonight on HBO.

HBO/Ed Mulholland

Tonight at 10:00 pm ET on HBO, Daniel Jacobs and Maciej Sulecki meet in the middleweight main event of a doubleheader from Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Jacobs (33-2, 29 KO) is the favorite in the fight, but Sulecki (26-0, 10 KO) is a potential live underdog here, too. He hasn’t had much U.S. exposure, but he’s a quality fighter and has become a contender at both 154 and 160 in the last couple of years. The winner will be right in line for a big fight this fall, and as we all know, there are big fights to be had in the middleweight division.

Jacobs-Sulecki is set for 12 rounds.

In the heavyweight co-feature, Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller (20-0-1, 18 KO) takes on veteran and former title challenger Johann Duhaupas (37-4, 24 KO) in another 12-round bout. Miller, who is on the doorstep of a potential title shot, weighed in at a career-high of over 300 pounds, and we’ll have to see if that affects his performance.

Wil Esco will be on the RBR call tonight. Join us!


  • DANIEL JACOBS def. MACIEJ SULECKI by UD (116-111, 117-110, 115-112)
  • JARRELL MILLER def. JOHANN DUHAUPAS by UD (119-109, 119-109, 117-111)



Round 1: Sulecki comes out with a jab followed by a lead hook which Jacobs is able to evade. Sulecki tries another lead hook but Jacobs slips away again, taking his time. Right hand land for Sulecki this time, his activity seems to have caught Jacobs a little off guard although he’s known for this. Jacobs tries to regain some control by throwing a couple jabs to upset Sulecki’s timing. Sulecki has nearly doubled Jacobs thrown punches in the opening round. I think that makes the difference in a round where not a lot of significant punches landed. Sulecki 10-9.

Round 2: Sulecki comes out aggressively again, looking showing a lot of feints and looking to land some punches early. Jacobs triples up on a jab and tries a hook but can’t land it. Cuffing left hook lands for Jacobs. Jacobs lands a hard body shot but Sulecki gets in a shot to the head right afterwards. Sulecki stalking Jacobs, pressing him backwards but the fighters clash heads accidentially. Sulecki lands another sneaky right hand on Jacobs. Two shots from Sulecki to end the round. Sulecki 10-9, 20-18.

Round 3: Sulecki comes out with a couple of sharp jabs. Jacobs lands an uppercut as he closes the distance on Sulecki. Now Sulecki lands a counter left hook on Jacobs. Jacobs is in a real fight so far. Sulecki lands a right hand over the top, a partially landing shot. Jacobs isn’t quite getting the kind of action he would like so far. Jacobs digs to the body with a couple of body shots which momentarily backs off Sulecki. Hard counter right hand lands for Jacobs! Jacobs tries to follow it up but the bell rings. Jacobs 10-9.

Round 4: Sulecki lands a jab to start the round. Now Jacobs is using more lateral movement to make Sulecki overcommit so he can counter back. Jacobs has turned southpaw and lands a questionable body shot on Sulecki. Now Jacobs switches stances as he lands shots with both hands from both positions on Sulecki. Two more body shots land for Jacobs. Jacobs quick on the trigger with his counters. Hard left hook clips Sulecki off the top of his noggin. Jacobs 10-9, 38-38.

Round 5: Jacobs sneaks in a left to the body during a short combination. Now Jacobs lands another body shot. Sulecki hasn’t been going to the body at all which isn’t going to help him the longer this fight goes. Sulecki tries to throw some combinations of his own now and has only a little success. Sulecki throws several more shots but takes counters back to his midsection. Jacobs flurries to end the round as both fighters are willing to exchange. Jacobs 10-9.

Round 6: Sulecki lands a right hand as he backs Jacobs to the ropes. Jacobs tries to catch-and-shoot and is doing so with a good bit of body shots. Sulecki lands a long jab on Jacobs but Jacobs walks forward and looks for an opening. Another jabs lands for Sulecki. Now Jacobs presses forward and tries to land some hard shots with Sulecki on the ropes, but Sulecki was able to defend well. I slightly edge this round to Sulecki. Sulecki 10-9, 57-57.

Round 7: Jacobs back in a southpaw stance to start this round, and Sulecki lands a right hand which makes Sulecki smile. Sulecki lands a counter left hook but it doesn’t land perfectly clean. Sulecki lands another right hand after two lead jabs. Jacobs digs to the body again with a couple shots but Sulecki grabs hold. Another right hand lands for Sulecki. You know what, I think Sulecki edged this round too! Sulecki 10-9.

Round 8: Well, HBO stats have shown Jacobs landing more shots in almost every round but that doesn’t seem to really jive with what I’ve seen. Anyway, Jacobs sneaks in a left hook. Jacobs steps forward with a jab and a hook which grazes Sulecki. Another looping left hook lands for Jacobs. Right hook at the end of a three-punch combination lands for Jacobs. Jacobs 10-9, 76-76.

Round 9: Sulecki walking Jacobs around the ring as he looks to get in his early-round work. Jab lands for Sulecki. Sulecki keeping his hands moving and Jacobs is having a little more trouble finding his counter opportunities right now. Jacobs now gets in two body shots on the inside. Jacobs throws a combination and Sulecki gets in a right hand once he’s finished. A few more body shots come from Jacobs. Jacobs 10-9.

Round 10: Both fighters trade jabs to start the round. A couple more hard body shots land for Jacobs off of a Sulecki jab. Jacobs continues to dig the body with a couple more body shots. Now Jacobs lands a counter hook on Sulecki. Jacobs having more success with is hooks and Sulecki talks a short walk along the ropes. Jacobs 10-9, 96-94.

Round 11: Jacobs sneaks in a short uppercut to open the round. Sulecki jabs to the body, then a good one upstairs. Jacobs lands a counter right and then tries to bully his way into Sulecki’s chest. Another hook partially lands for Jacobs. Left to the body hits Sulecki hard and Sulecki takes a deep breath. Right hand lands for Sulecki. Jacobs 10-9.

Round 12: Last round. Sulecki comes out with a flurry of punches and Jacobs crushes Sulecki with a big right that puts Sulecki down! Sulecki beats the count, gets up to his feet, and surprisingly has his feet under him. Sulecki is firing off shots to get some payback on Jacobs. Sulecki throws a three punch combination but Jacobs walks forward with three huge hooks! Sulecki lands an overhand right and an uppercut. Hard body shot lands for Jacobs that backs off Sulecki for a moment. Right hand and left hook lands for Sulecki. Fight’s over! Jacobs 10-8. BLH scores it for Jacobs 116-111.


Round 1: Miller comes out with a calm demeanour, holding out his jab hand as he tries to find his measure. Miller tries a double jab that can’t find the mark. Miller rips two hard body shots on Duhaupas once he gets him to the ropes. Miller loops a right hook that lands glances Duhaupas’s shoulder. Now Miller follows it up with a few more shots, finishing to the body. Another looping right hand shakes up Duhaupas who might be in trouble early! Duhaupas is under durress right now but manages to survive the moment and get out of the round. Miller 10-9.

Round 2: Miller’s trainer advises him to keep walking down Duhaupas and look for that overhand right between rounds. Starting the second both fighters trade jabs at center ring. Duhaupas might have a mark on his left eye already. Miller lands a couple hard shots and Duhaupas waves him on. Hard uppercut buckles Duhaupas’ knees but he doesn’t hit the deck! That said, Duhaupas is now running from rope to rope while getting strafed by Miller. Low blow lands on Duhaupas and the referee calls a timeout to give him time to recover. We’re back in action and Miller lands a counter right hand. Jabs lands for Miller who is tagging Duhaupas at will. This is looking like it’ll be a short fight. It looks to me that Duhaupas is bleeding from the mouth. Miller 10-9, 20-18.

Round 3: So Duhaupas’ mouth isn’y really bleeding after all, but his lip is busted up some. His trainers tell him to stay off the ropes — good luck with that. Duhaupas tries to back up Miller to start the round but that’s short-lived. Now Duhaupas throws to both sides of Miller’s body which is probably a good idea. Hard right hand lands to the head and body for Miller. Both fighters are trading shots now on the inside but Miller is getting in the more effective shots. Three punches land for Miller but Duhaupas comes back with a right hand of his own. Uppercuts continue to land for Miller. Roy Jones likens Miller’s style to an “elephant in a glass shop.” Can’t say I’ve heard that one before. Miller 10-9.

Round 4: Duhaupas lands a sharp jab to open the round. Miller noticeably looking to land a big right hand and it’s not really doing him any favors, he was having better success just letting both hands fly. Hard body shot lands for Miller. Duhaupas is back on the ropes and gets tagged again to the body with two right hands. Now two uppercuts land for Miller! Duhaupas lands a hard uppercut of his own! Miller strafes Duhaupas with a few more shots in close quarters. Miller 10-9, 40-36.

Round 5: Miller walks right into Duhaupas’ wheelhouse to start the round, looking to mix things up right away. Miller trying to impose more of his physical size on Duhaupas. Hard left uppercut from the southpaw stance lands for Miller. Now Miller looks like he’s trying to end this fight with a flurry but Duhaupas was able to slip just enough to avoid taking a fight-ending shot. Miller continues to walk down Duhaupas and hit him wherever he can. Hard left hook lands for Miller who then just pushes Duhaupas as he tries to grab hold. Duhaupas has shown some durability in this fight. Miller 10-9.

Round 6: Miller boxing a little more in this round, dancing on the outside instead on walking him down for a change. Maybe he’s trying to let some punishment soak in on Duhaupas. Meanwhile Duhaupas is throwing some shots that are grazing Miller. Hard overhand right lands for Miller but Duhaupas takes it well. Miller is back to walking down Duhaupas and gets him into a corner but can’t capitalize this time. Right hand to the body lands for Miller. So much for my early ending prediction. Miller 10-9, 60-54.

Round 7: Duhaupas comes out with a ab that falls short. Big right hand just misses for Duhaupas but Miller follows up with a flurry of punches that Duhaupas is able to weather. Miller taunts Duhaupas to throw more punches and then throws a short combination. Uppercut lands for Miller who yells at Duhaupas to ‘Come on!’ Two hard shots land for Miller but Duhaupas is managing to takes the shots surprisingly well. Miller 10-9.

Round 8: Duhaupas tries to get some shots in as Miller take a breather but he can’t land anything to really gain Miller’s respect. Miller is walking Duhaupas down again and hits him to the body and head with two shots. Hard shot lands for Duhaupas who has been taking advantage of Miller’s relative inactivity in this round. Miller uses the final 30 second to apply pressure. I’m going to put Duhaupas on the board here. Duhaupas 10-9, 73-79.

Round 9: Miller tries to land a counter right hand that just misses. Miller got some energy back and is hitting Duhaupas with several shots as he stalks him around the ring. Two jabs land for Duhaupas. Now the fighters trade a couple more. Hard right hand lands for Miller while Duhaupas lands one in return at the exact same moment! Both fighters each the shots. Miller 10-9.

Round 10: Miller picks off Duhaupas with a couple jabs. Duhaupas lands a solid jab as Miller tries to slip. MIller throws a few inside shots to the body and head. Hard left hook to the body lands for Miller, who tries to follow up with a couple right hooks to the head that partially land. Left hook lands clean for Miller and Duhaupas’ face is showing the signs of sustained punishment. Miller 10-9, 99-91.

Round 11: Left hook lands for Miller. Overhand rights land for Miller, then a left hook. A number of hard shots land clean for Miller! Somehow Duhaupas is able to stand up to the punches and fight back. Miller throws a double left hook to the head and body. Miller wants to close the show but Duhaupas doesn’t look like he’s going to collapse under the pressure. Miller 10-9.

Round 12: Duhaupas takes a jab to start the final round. Duhaupas continues to stand in and throw back when he can. Miller whiffs on a homerun right hand. Miller continues to let his hands go on the inside and Duhaupas is visibly tired. Both fighters trade a few blows as they lean on one another and flurry to the final bell. Lots of courage by Duhaupas but Miller takes it. Miller 10-9. BLH scores it for Miller, 119-109.

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